Announcement Of Law On Labour Market Training, Etc. Reprinted Definitive Series

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om arbejdsmarkedsuddannelser m.v. Omtryk

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Purpose

Chapter 2 Common competence descriptions

Chapter 3 Council and committees

Chapter 4 labour market training

Chapter 5 Authentication to provide labour market training

Chapter 6 Grant

Chapter 7 Training School's labour market training

Chapter 8 Records and quality assurance

Chapter 9 Compensation and redress

Chapter 10-entry into force and transitional provisions, etc., The full text of the Ordinance of the law on labour market training, etc.

Hereby promulgated Act No. 446 of 10. June 2003 on labour market training, etc. with the changes imposed by section 4 of Act No. 1228 by 27. December 2003, § 19 of the lov nr. 523 of 24. June 2005, article 5 of law No. 593 of 24. June 2005, § 3 of law No. 556 of 6. June 2007 and section 6 of the law No. 561 of 6. June 2007.

Chapter 1

Purpose

§ 1. The law is intended to promote a broad, coordinated range of vocational adult and continuing education, consisting of labour market training in accordance with this law and selected single-subject courses from the vocational education and training in accordance with the law on open education (vocational adult education), etc. for the purpose of the private and public sector employment areas. Training efforts are aimed in combination with employment and training for other legislation to cover the needs of society for basic labour market relevant competencies.

(2). The vocational adult and continuing education must





1) help to maintain, expand and improve participants ' skills in accordance with the needs of the labour market and contribute to participants ' continuing competence development,

2) help to remedy the conversion and adjustment problems in the labour market in accordance with the needs of the labour market in the short and longer term,

3) give adults opportunities to improve employability as well as the personal competence through the possibilities of obtaining basic formal competence in vocational basic education.





Chapter 2

Joint competence descriptions

§ 2. Continuing education Committee, see. section 5, it shall draw up on the basis of the committees ' analyses of the need for basic labour market relevant competence development in adults, see. section 6, paragraph 1, draft competency descriptions common to the vocational adult education and training efforts. The joint competence descriptions should specify the objectives and framework for the basic labour market relevant skills development of adults and enter job areas and the associated labour market relevant skills, as well as the labour market training courses, see. section 10, and the single subject that can contribute to the development of these competencies.

(2). The Minister approves the joint competence descriptions. Before the decision is taken, the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, see. § 3, comment on the proposal. Training committees assess within 3 years after the approval, if there is a need for a common competence description revised continues unchanged or lapse, and shall notify the Minister to that effect. Training committees ' review of a joint competence description must be made within six months of being notified by the Minister. Otherwise, the lapses.

(3). The Minister may, after consulting the Council on vocational adult and continuing education to revoke an approval of a joint competence descriptions.

(4). Accredited educational institutions, see. § 16, can put together the labour market education and single subject courses, which are included in one or more joint competence descriptions, as needed.

(5). The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, detailed rules on the content and structure of the joint competence descriptions and can including provide that certain subjects can only be included in a common competence description for separate approval.

Chapter 3

Councils and committees

Council for vocational adult and continuing education

§ 3. Council for vocational adult and continuing education has the task of advising the Minister for education on basic labour market relevant competence development in the form of labour market training and single subjects included in joint competence descriptions about individual competence assessment, assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics and on the need for and benefits of vocational adult and continuing education in accordance with the law on open education (vocational adult education), etc.

(2). The Council shall adopt its rules of procedure.

(3). The Minister shall make available to the Secretariat for the Council.

§ 4. The Minister shall establish the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, shall appoint the Chairperson and appoints, in addition, the members of the Council as follows:





1) 7 members on the recommendation of the National Organisation in Denmark.

2) 1 member on the recommendation of the salaried employees and civil servants ' Permanent Joint Council.

3) five members, upon the recommendation of the Danish employers ' Confederation.

4) 1 member, upon a proposal from the Association of agriculture employers ' associations.

5) 2 representatives for the public employers on the recommendation of the Finance Minister, the regional councils of the Association and the National Association of local authorities in the community.





(2). The Minister will appoint the same way 1 alternate for each of the organisations represented in the Council and authorities set the members, except that the appointment of 2 alternates for organizations with more than 3 seats. During a temporary decline occurs an alternate member in the Member's place. In periods when an alternate is not occurring in a member site, the alternate member shall attend meetings of the Council without the right to vote.

(3). The Minister shall appoint 1 appointed by the Education Ministry and on the recommendation of the Minister of employment, with an appointment from the Ministry of employment to the Council 1. The appointed representatives is without the right to vote.

(4). The Council be upheld by the President-in-Office of the Council for the basic vocational Training, that is, without the right to vote.

(5). The Chairman, members, alternates and the appointed representatives are appointed for the first time until 31. May 2007. The qualification shall then place for four-year periods. The appointment takes place over a period of time, apply it to the end of the period.

Continuing education Committee

§ 5. Employers ' and workers ' organizations should establish a number of continuing education Committee with an equal number of members appointed by the workers ' and employers ' main organizations within larger areas, which together cover the relevant labour market skills development according to this law. The committees shall elect from among its members a Chairman and a Vice-Chairman.

(2). Training committees creating, closing and fragmentation are approved by Council for vocational adult and continuing education. Council for vocational adult and continuing education can bring down a training Committee.

(3). Training committees or specialised areas within the committees can, after approval from the Council for vocational adult and continuing education join together with the Technical Committee, established under the law on vocational education and training, to the Joint Committee. Such joint Committee carries out the tasks in accordance with this law and the law on vocational education and training.

(4). Secretariat for committees is provided by the organizations that are represented in the continuing education committees.

§ 6. Training committees are tasked with preparing analyses of and suggestions to the relevant labour market skills development of adults.

(2). Training committees must report the joint competence descriptions, see. § 2, with labour market programmes, cf. recorded therein § 10, and single subject to a central information system for vocational adult and continuing education. The Minister may lay down detailed rules concerning the reports.

§ 7. The Minister of education may, in exceptional cases, request one or more training Committee to develop a common competence description or a labour market training in a particular area and set a time limit for doing so.

(2). Labour market training in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be recorded in one or more joint competence descriptions after Education Minister's decision.

§ 8. Educational material developed by training committees, and financed in whole or in part by the State, belonging to the Ministry of education.

Local Education Committee

§ 9. Institutions approved in accordance with the law on institutions for vocational education decreases each one or more local education Committee, who put together to advise in the field of joint competence descriptions, as forde institution is approved for the provision of labour market training.

(2). Local Education Committee advises institutions on matters relating to the study programmes covered by the Committee's sphere of activity, and works for the cooperation between the institution and the local labour market.
(3). The members of the Committee representing organizations based in part, continuing education Committee, must constitute a majority in the Committee on education, and the training of committees shall be appointed upon the recommendation of the organisations ' local branches. Other members shall be appointed by the institution. Employers and workers must be equally represented. Members should, as far as possible, be linked to the geographical area in which the institution's offerings are aimed at.

(4). A representative of the institution's management and for the institution's teachers three appointed Committee. A representative of the PES can three appointed Committee. The Education Committee shall elect its Chairperson.

(5). The institution shall make available to the Secretariat for the Committee.

(6). Committees may decide to add it along with the local education Committee set up in accordance with the law on vocational education and training.

Chapter 4

Labour market training

§ 10. Labour market training is short-term education that responds to new or unmet needs of vocational adult and continuing education and with vocational training level.

(2). Labour market training developed by training the committees within the competence of the joint beskrivelsers framework and may not have the same objectives as single subjects. Objectives described in relation to job areas.

(3). Training committees shall ensure that there is no development of new labour market training in areas where training needs can accommodated through the provision of single subject or other publicly regulated training. Committees can only develop new labour market training in areas where private promoters already provider training activities, if significant labour market policy and educational reasons argue for a government regulation of the educational area.

(4). Training committees will inform the Minister of education developed in accordance with paragraph 2. If the Minister does not have comments within 6 weeks, including whether the condition set out in paragraph 3 are complied with, shall be deemed to be approved and included in the training or the joint competence descriptions, it is developed within. The Minister may make its approval of that made certain changes in the description. An authorisation may be revoked.

(5). The Minister may, notwithstanding the provision in paragraph 2 develop a labour market training. Training committees must incorporate training in the relevant joint competence descriptions.

(6). The Minister for education fastsætterefter the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and Efteruddannelsenærmere rules on the content of labour market training.

§ 11. Labour market programmes can be organised in full-time or part-time.

(2). Labour market training can be organised as distance learning and are held as teaching at a company.

(3). Anyone can as even students submit samples used in offered labour market training, ending with the trial, without having participated in the instruction, unless otherwise specified by the Minister.

(4). The Minister may lay down detailed rules for the organisation of education.

§ 12. Educational institutions shall issue the evidence of participation in labour market training, for tests carried out as even students and for individual competence assessment. Institutions issuing certificate of education with regulatory requirements.

(2). The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and Efteruddannelsenærmere rules on the formulation and issuance of certificates.

§ 13. The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, detailed rules on the requirements for teacher qualifications for trainers in labour market training.

Labour market training organised as special training courses for refugees and immigrants

§ 14. Special training courses for refugees and immigrants are coherent sequences, which can be made up of labour market training and single subject from one or more joint competence descriptions and internship.

(2). The Minister may develop labour market training, see. Article 10, paragraph 5, that can only be offered in connection with specific training in accordance with paragraph 1 and which is intended to support the implementation of professional labour market training.

(3). The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, detailed rules on special training courses for refugees and immigrants, including the duration of the internship.

Assessment of basic skills

section 14 (a). All who participate in labour market programmes and single subject recorded in a common competence description or individual competence assessment in accordance with this law, shall have the opportunity to have assessed their basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, mathematics, as well as instructions on account of or arising therefrom.

(2). Assessment of basic skills in accordance with paragraph 1 are used as a basis for





1) organise teaching in accordance with the assessment result,

2) provide guidance to the participant for training and instruction in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics for other legislation, including the preparatory adult education, and

3) guide the participant to and to organise training session that combines training according to this law with education and the teaching of reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics for other legislation, including the preparatory adult education.





(3). Assessment of basic skills in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be carried out by educational institutions.

(4). The Minister may, in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education lay down the rules on the assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, arithmetic or mathematics and guidance associated with it, including on the content, organization, organisation, and duration.

Individual competence assessment

§ 15. Individual competence assessment after this law is real competence assessment and is designed to give the participant the recognition of the latter's collective knowledge, skills and competencies as a basis for further and adapted vocational adult and continuing education within this legal framework and for use in the labour market.

(2). Recognition of real competence is done on the basis of the clarification, documentation and assessment of the participant's real competences in relation to målbeskrivelserne in labour market training and single subjects included in the joint competence descriptions. The participant contributes to document the real competencies to be assessed.

(3). Recognition of real competence is given in the form of an individual training plan comprising the constituent or labour market training or single subjects admitted in a joint competence description to supplement the participant's real competences in relation to his desired education goals, such as certificate of competence referred to in article 6. section 15 b, paragraph 1, or evidence of education and training referred to in article 6. section 15 (b), paragraph 2.

(4). Anyone who has access to education within the framework of this law, have access to individual competence assessment. The educational institution may refuse to carry out an individual competence assessment, if it considers that the applicant's competencies are not or only to a very limited extent included in the targets for the labour market education and single subject in a single jurisdiction description which competences sought assessed in relation to.

(5). Individual competence assessment be carried out prior to the possible inclusion of labour market training.

(6). The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education arrangements on objectives, framework and content, etc. for individual competence assessment.

§ 15 a. individual competence assessment is carried out by educational institutions in relation to the labour market education and single subject recorded in a common competence description for which they are authorized to provide.

(2). Individual competence assessment can take place at a company.

(3). Individual competence assessment can be organised on full-time or part-time.

(4). The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, detailed rules for the organisation, organisation and duration of individual competence assessment, etc.

section 15 (b). Educational institutions shall issue, at the request of the participant certificate of competence for the parts of a labour market training or single subjects admitted in a joint competence description, as the participant is documented and the educational institution has assessed and recognized that its real competences corresponds to.

(2). Educational institutions shall issue the evidence of labour market training or single subjects admitted in a joint competence of the description, if the participant is documented and the educational institution has assessed and acknowledged that his real skills provide the basis for doing so.

section 15 (c). The Minister may, in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education lay down rules on the requirements for the qualifications of persons making individual competence assessment.

Chapter 5

Approval for the provision of labour market training
§ 16. The Minister approves, after obtaining the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, public and private educational institutions that can provide the labour market education and single subject courses, which are included in a common jurisdiction description. The approval includes all labour market programmes and single subjects in the common jurisdiction description. The Minister may provide that parts of a common competency description are not covered by the authorisation.

(2). Approval in accordance with paragraph 1 shall include the provision of special courses for refugees and immigrants under section 14 and the assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics under section 14 (a), unless the Minister determines that the approval should not include these courses and assessments.

(3). Provision of individual competence assessment under section 15 follows the provision of labour market training and single subject recorded in a common jurisdiction description. The Minister may determine that the approval under paragraph 1 shall not include the provision of individual competence assessment.

(4). Educational institutions shall determine the number of training places by labour market training, see. However, the provisions relating to the activity limits in section 6, paragraphs 8 and 9, of the Act on open education (vocational adult education), etc.

§ 17. The Minister may, in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education, oblige institutions authorised in accordance with the law on institutions for vocational training to provide specific labour market training.

(2). The Minister may, in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education to revoke approval under section 16 (1), if there is no further need for the supply, or if rules on education and training, including quality requirements, or injunction to implement concrete measures to safeguard security of sound training and teaching conditions are not complied with.

(3). The educational institution must notify the Minister if the conditions for approval are no longer present.

§ 18. The Minister may lay down detailed rules on the placing on the market of labour market training, assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics as well as individual competence assessment under this Act shall be made in accordance with the Act's purpose.

Chapter 6

Grants

§ 19. The State can provide grants for development of joint competence descriptions, see. § 2, labour market training, see. § 10, assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics and related guidance, see. section 14 (a), as well as individual competence assessment, see. § 15.

(2). The State can provide grants for the development of vocational and educational training of teachers for experimental and development activities and for the analysis and quality measurements.

(3). The State can provide grants for traineeships at training courses for refugees and immigrants, see. § 14.

(4). Council for vocational adult and continuing education shall deliver an opinion on subsidies under paragraph 1-3.

§ 20. Educational institutions that are authorized to provide training under section 10, including special courses for refugees and immigrants under section 14, assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics and instructions relating thereto under section 14 (a) or individual competence assessment under section 15, receives subsidies in accordance with the rules of the Act on open education (vocational adult education), etc. and will charge any payment for participation in accordance with the same law.

(2). Council for vocational adult and continuing education shall deliver an opinion on the labour market education and single subject courses, which are included in the joint competence descriptions, single subject, incidentally, from vocational education, part-time education at the level of vocational training and single subject, single subject from chiropodist training and individual competence assessment in accordance with this law and competence assessment, etc. as part of the basic education for adults. Council opinion may include requirements, framework for grants, tuition fee, activity limits, repayment in accordance with the law on allowances for participation in vocational adult and continuing education and training planning.

§ 21. Employed workers, self-employed and unemployed persons with the right to self-determined education as well as persons who are neither entitled to a daily allowance or benefits under the law on unemployment insurance, etc., or receiving cash assistance or start Help for the Act on active social policy or introductory benefit after the Act on integration of aliens in Denmark, may obtain reimbursement for Board and lodging by accommodation and to cover the costs of transport by participation in labour market programmes and single-subject courses recorded in a common competence description, and by participation in individual competence assessment in accordance with this law.

(2). It is a condition for achieving performance in accordance with paragraph 1, that the person does not have a vocational training with regard to the level and duration exceeds vocational training or other training that can be equated with vocational training, unless the training has not been used the last 5 years.

(3). Reimbursement for Board and lodging lapse in whole or in part, if the institution provides Board and lodging.

(4). Participants in the training, in the assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics and in instructions relating thereto or in individual competence assessment under this Act, is going on at the company, where the participants are employed, cannot achieve universal grants.

(5). The Minister may lay down detailed rules relating to reimbursement for Board and lodging, and grants to cover the costs of transport for individual courses, groups of education or training courses organized in certain types or individual competence assessment under this Act shall be reduced or lapse.

§ 22. The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education arrangements pursuant to section 21 on reimbursement for Board and lodging, including about co-payment and about reimbursement for travel expenses, including the fixing of a triviality limit.

§ 23. The Minister may provide that the calculation and payment of the mobility allowance after this law is carried out by the participant's unemployment fund, institution or Agency of the State's Education aid. Determining that the conduct occurs in the unemployment insurance fund may, however, only be made after negotiation with the employment Minister.

(2). The Minister shall lay down detailed rules on the calculation, payment and administration, reimbursement, supervision, accounting and auditing of the mobility allowance according to this law. The fixing is done after negotiating with employment Minister, as regards the rules on unemployment funds disbursement of grants.

(3). Payment of reimbursement for Board and lodging as well as demands for the repayment of such grants, see. Article 24, paragraph 1, carried out by the training provider. The Minister shall lay down detailed rules on the subject.

§ 24. A person who wrongfully received transport allowances or reimbursement for Board and lodging, must pay the amount back to the person who paid the subsidy if the erroneous payment due to the fact that the person concerned has submitted false information or omission of circumstances that are important for the Court to grant, or if he or she in fact realized or should have realized that the receipt of the amount was unjustified.

(2). The Minister may lay down detailed rules concerning that the amounts to be repaid can accrue interest with the currently applicable interest on arrears in accordance with renteloven, and rules for who the interest rate falls.

(3). In cases where there is paid to the mobility allowance or reimbursement for Board and lodging with wrongly, have the unemployment insurance fund or institution is not entitled to reimbursement from the Treasury, and disbursed the refund amount shall be refunded, unless the mistaken payout due to the participant's fraud.

(4). Due to erroneous payment inaccurate or incomplete information from an unemployment fund, or a training place, the Minister may determine that a person from whom the inaccurate or incomplete information is derived, shall be liable for payment error.

(5). The unemployment insurance fund or institution shall, upon request, submit all necessary information to use for teaching the Minister's decision pursuant to paragraph 3 and 4.

(6). The Minister of Education prescribes rules on administration in accordance with paragraphs 3 and 4. The Minister may determine, including that in very special situations may be paid a refund to the person who paid the grant, even if the error is not due to the participant's payment fraud.

§ 25. Public authorities shall on request give the Minister for education, Agency for the State's Educational support, labour market boards, unemployment or training provider any information for use in the administration of rules pursuant to this chapter.

Chapter 7

Training the school's labour market training

section 26. Training the school's labour market courses are specially planned and practical-oriented social education for young people, aged 18 years, but not yet filled 31 years.

(2). Single subjects, who are busy in the competency descriptions, and professional practice can be included in the training.
(3). The Minister shall determine in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education arrangements on objectives, framework, content, structure, the description form, proof and professional practice, etc. for training plans on the training school's social education.

§ 27. The State subsidizes the Training School's social education.

(2). Training the school's revenue in connection with training and implementation can be reused and included as part of the financing of the institution's activities.

(3). The Minister shall lay down the detailed rules for aid in accordance with paragraph 1.

(4). The Minister may, in accordance with the negotiation with the Minister of Finance set rules requiring that participants in the training school's labour market training are entitled to student support and grants towards the costs of transport, food and accommodation by participating in education and training, and shall lay down detailed rules concerning the management, review, calculation and payment of student support and grants.

Chapter 8

Records and quality assurance

section 28. The Minister may obtain information about courses, teaching, assessment of basic skills in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic or mathematics and related guidance, individual competency assessments after this Act, participants, teachers and the institution's operation in addition to use for determining reimbursement, implementation of the monitoring and compilation of statistics. The Minister may decide that such information shall be supplied in electronic form, including in the format of the delivery shall be effected, as well as establish requirements for control and security measures.

(2). Registers, which are created by the Minister of education, can be integrated, to the extent that it serves a functional purpose in the Ministry of education.

section 29. The Minister may, in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and Efteruddannelsefastsætte rules for quality improvement and monitoring.

(2). Training committees and educational institutions helps to develop and renew the common quality tools.

Chapter 9

Compensation and redress

section 30. During the stay at educational institutions are participants in labour market training or individual competence assessment under this Act that are not covered by an employer's security duty after the law on workers ' compensation, be entitled to benefits in accordance with the rules laid down in the law on workers ' compensation. Entitlement to benefits include loss or damage incurred as a result of teaching or individual competence assessment during testing of similar conditions. Costs shall be borne by the State.

section 31. The following decisions of the decision relates, be brought before the Board of appeal, as referred to in the labour market. section 32:





1) decisions on transport allowances, and reimbursement for Board and lodging, see. § 21.

2) decisions concerning the refund under section 24 (1).





(2). Decisions about reimbursement in accordance with section 24 (3) and (4) may not be brought before the boards of appeal of the labour market or other administrative authority.

section 32. A complaint pursuant to section 31 of the can, as the decision relates, be brought before the boards of appeal of the labour market within 4 weeks after the complainant has been informed of the decision.

(2). The Minister may lay down rules to the effect that the complaint should be sent to the boards of appeal and the labour market shall be sent to the authority which took the decision. If the decision is upheld, sent the appeal to the boards of appeal with a labour market opinion. The Appeals Board shall take the final administrative decision.

(3). The labour market Board of appeal may, in exceptional cases, dispense with exceeding the time limit in paragraph 1.

section 33. In accordance with detailed rules laid down by the Minister of education may complain about eninstitutions or private provider's decisions in accordance with this law or in accordance with rules laid down under the law be referred to the Minister of education with the exception of complaint under section 31.

Chapter 10

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions etc.

§ 34. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2004.

(2). sections 3-5 and § 6, paragraph 1, however, shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette. Education Council for labour market training and the Board of Directors of the labour market Training Funding will terminate at the same time as Council for vocational adult and continuing education is reduced.

section 35. The following laws are hereby repealed:





1) law on labour market training, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 309 of 13. May 2002, without prejudice to article. However, paragraph 3.

2) law on the Board of Directors of the labour market Training Funding, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 310 of 13. May 2002.





(2). Educational institutions that the 31. December 2003 is approved for the provision of labour market training developed for higher technicians, including laboratory technicians, in accordance with the law on labour market training, see. (1). 1, can continue to provide these, however, so that training is completed no later than 31 December 2006. December 2005. Training plans for these programmes can be extended and revised with outlet to the 31. December 2005. The Minister may extend the scheme after 1. paragraph, up to a maximum as long as education is completed no later than 31 December 2006. December 2008.

(3). Notwithstanding paragraph 1, no. 1, the law on labour market training and the rules laid down on the basis of the law of tenders in accordance with paragraph 2.

(4). Powers conferred on the Education Council for labour market training in accordance with the law on labour market training, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 309 of 13. May 2002, carried out by the Council for vocational adult and continuing education from this Council.

(5). Powers conferred on the Board of Directors of the labour market Training funding in accordance with the law on board for labour market Training Funding, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 309 of 13. May 2002, carried out by the Council for vocational adult and continuing education from this Council.

(6). The continuing education Committee, which is maintained by section 6, paragraph 4, of law No. 148 of 25. March 2002 amending law on the Board of Directors of the labour market Training Funding and about the continuing education Committee, the law on labour market training, Act on open education (vocational adult education), etc., Act on compensation arising from participation in vocational adult and continuing education and law on a labour market fund. (Reorganization of the financial management of the vocational adult and continuing education), be maintained until they are decommissioned or replaced by selection according to this law.

§ 36. The Minister may, in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education stipulate that institutions authorised in accordance with the law on institutions for vocational education in special cases can be approved to offer single subject without at the same time to have approval for the provision of basic vocational training, as individual trades are a part of. Approval requires that the relevant single subject be included in a common competence description, from which institution is approved for the provision of labour market training. The authorisation may include single subject with the same objectives as specific labour market training lapses,





1) when the institution offered the relevant labour market education on 31 May. December 2003, or

2) when the institution concerned labour market training provider and these are developed in accordance with this law to cover new or unmet needs.





(2). An approval in accordance with paragraph 1 may only be granted in such a way that the courses are completed at the latest by 31 March. December 2008.

(3). An approval in accordance with paragraph 1 may be withdrawn if there is no further need for the permit, or if an institution no longer fulfils the professional and pedagogical prerequisites for the supply.

section 37. The Minister may decide that providers, there are no institutions under the Ministry of education, and as the 1. May 2003 is approved to provide specific labour market training for law on labour market training, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 309 of 13. May 2002, can be approved to provide:





1) Specific labour market programmes included in a common competence description without at the same time to have approval for the provision of all labour market programmes included in the competence of the description. The authorisation will include labour market programmes with the same objective as the previously offered.

2) Specific single subject recorded in a common competence description without at the same time to have approval for the provision of basic vocational training, as individual trades are a part of. The authorisation will include single subject with the same objectives as the hitherto offered labour market training.





(2). An approval in accordance with paragraph 1 may be withdrawn if there is no further need for the permit, or if the provider no longer meets the technical and pedagogical prerequisites for the supply.

section 38. The law should be reviewed in the Folketing year 2008-09.

(2). § § 15-15 c shall be reviewed in the Folketing year 2010-11.

§ 39. The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.




Act No. 1228 by 27. December 2003, if clause 4 amends section 20, paragraph 2, article 21, paragraph 5 inserts, and nyaffatter article 23, paragraphs 1 and 2, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 6

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2004.
(2). Deposit to the Ministry by contributions from employers, Student refund for full or partial financing of the costs of compensation according to the law on allowances for participation in vocational adult and continuing education, as well as travel expenses and expenses for Board and lodging in accordance with the law on labour market training, etc., see. section 15 (b) and section 22, paragraph 1 1. paragraph, of the law on employers ' Student refund as amended by § 1, nr. 9 and 14, happens the first time the 1. April 2004 and consists only of contribution payments relating to the period after 31 December 1999. December 2003.

Paragraph 3-7. (Omitted)




Act No. 523 of 24. June 2005, if section 19 amends section 23, paragraphs 1 and 2, section 24, paragraph 3, 4 and 5, and section 25, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 23

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2007.

Paragraphs 2 to 6. (Omitted)




Act No. 593 of 24. June 2005, if section 5 nyaffatter § 4 (1) (8). 5 date of entry into force, contains the following provision:



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(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2007.

Paragraphs 2 to 5. (Omitted)




Act No. 556 of 6. June 2007, if section 3 amends section 3, paragraph 1, article 18, article 20, paragraph 2, article 21, paragraphs 1, 4 and 5, § 25, § 28, paragraph 1, and section 38, paragraph 1, nyaffatter § 12 (1) the heading to § 14, § 16, article 19, paragraph 1, article 20, paragraph 1, and section 30, insert new paragraph 2 in section 14, in which case paragraph 2 becomes paragraph 3, section 14 (a) with the associated heading, and section 38 (2) and will repeal section 15 with associated header and instead inserts sections 15-15 c with its headline, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



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(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2007, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). (Omitted)




Act No. 561 of 6. June 2007, if section 6 amends section 1, paragraph 1, and section 37, paragraph 1, and article 20, paragraph 2 nyaffatter, 1. paragraph, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



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(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2007, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). (Omitted)

§ 17

(1). Law on basic social and health education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1214 of 1. December 2006, are hereby repealed, without prejudice to article. However, paragraph 2.

(2). § 2 (4), sections 4 to 6, 11 and 12, section 13, paragraph 2-4, section 14, section 22 (b), paragraph 2, as regards training places for the basic course, and section 39 of the law referred to in paragraph 1, shall be repealed on 1 January. August 2008.

(3). (Omitted)

§ 18

(1). Law on agricultural education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1254 by 6. December 2006, is repealed.

(2). Rules on training for skilled farmer (agriculture initial training) and secondary agriculture education, provided for under the law referred to in paragraph 1 shall remain in force until they are repealed or replaced by new rules laid down pursuant to the law on vocational education and training.

§ 19

(Omitted)
The Ministry of education, the 18. March 2008 Bertel Haarder/Nina Topp